Donald Trump

Open letter: cooperation needed amid SBC tensions

"Controversy surrounding ethicist Russell Moore's past comments on President-elect Donald Trump has led three Tennessee Baptists -- all under the age of 40 -- to issue an open letter calling 'the [conservative] resurgence generation and their protégés' to 'be the statesmen we need them to be in this season of denominational tension.'"

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Jerry Falwell Jr. emerges as possible Trump cabinet pick

"Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. visited Trump Tower in New York City last Thursday to meet with the president-elect... Falwell declined to confirm or rule out whether he was being vetted as secretary of education but told the newspaper he will 'definitely play a role' in the Trump administration." BNG

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The Gracious Hand of God

Dispensational Publishing House, Inc. © 2016. Used with permission.

O clap your hands, all peoples; Shout to God with the voice of joy. Most High is to be feared, A great King over all the earth. He subdues peoples under us And nations under our feet. (NASB, Ps. 47:1-3)

Election Offers Unexpected Turn

Of the 17 individuals that competed in the Republican primary for the 2016 presidential nomination, Donald Trump was my 17th choice. He was dead last on my preferred list of Republican presidential hopefuls. However, my reticence toward Trump was quite different from the reasons for which most other conservative Christians disliked him.

It was not so much his potty talk or hedonistic lifestyle that bothered me. Rather, it was the fact that on virtually every issue he has, either by way of financial donations, public statements or personal writings said something different in comparison to where he claims he now stands on that same issue today.1

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Evangelicals, Our Problem Is Spiritual, Not Political

"It turns out that the conservative base is not quite as conservative as we thought, and the Evangelical base isn’t as evangelical as we hoped. . . . They occupy the same moral terrain as Bill Clinton’s most stalwart defenders in the 1990s, revealing themselves as more concerned with power and access than with character and principle." David French

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